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Eight Days A Week in The Beatles: Rock Band

Eight Days A Week21 (10)

Get an 8x Band Multiplier.

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Camdon ZN
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Camdon ZN
Achievement won on 10 Sep 09
TA Score for this game: 2,791
Posted on 09 September 09 at 20:55
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When playing as a band (with 2 or more people), Beatlemania activates a "Band Multiplier" instead of an individual one. If one person activates it, it gives a 2x multiplier to all the band members. If another person activates it while the other's is still going, that doubles to a 4x multiplier. And so on.

To get an 8x Band Multiplier, you must have all players in a 4 person band activate Beatlemania at once (or Overdrive or Star Power or whatever you want to call it). Just have your band build up enough energy and let it rip.

Try and time your activations right after your vocalist and drummer since they only have certain points in a song where they can use Beatlemania unlike guitarists.
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NoiseCrime
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NoiseCrime
Achievement won on 10 Mar 10
TA Score for this game: 744
Posted on 10 March 10 at 18:35
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This is possible to do single handed, though it requires some organization ;)

Obviously you need a gamer profile per an instrument, so make sure you set up some dummy accounts before starting the game. All will get the achievement, so it doesn't matter which instrument your main gamertag is on.

I used 'I Am the Walrus', since i'd been using it to get 'In 60 Seconds'.

Set up the two guitars on a raised surface in front of your tv, lying flat so as not to accidently trigger Beatlemania. Next to these place the mic stand in such a way as you can sing and play either guitar ( obviously keep them flat, don't pick them up to play ) then place the drums conveniently off to the side somewhere.

Start the song 'I Am the Walrus' with a vocalist, guitar(lead), Bass guitar and drums all set to set to EASY difficulty.

First sing and play the guitar (lead). You'll get Beatlemania (halfway on the bar) for the guitar pretty quickly and pick up some vocalmania along the way.

Now switch to the bass guitar and keep singing, since the more mania you can collect the more leeway you'll have for making mistakes. The Bass took a while to half fill the bar, but don't worry you should have plenty of time.

Finally switch to the drums and forget about singing. Again it takes some time to build up Beatlemania, but the song is plenty long enough.

Once you are ready simply activate drums, the vocals (or vice versa which ever works out best), then the two guitars (pick them up or isn't there a button to trigger Beatlemania?)

With this method I did it first try, although i'll admit I may have been lucky. Indeed I almost messed it up when seeing a drum trigger and trying to activate the vocals before it arrived. Luckily I just caught the drum trigger and then found a vocal trigger area immediately after.

So it may not work for you first time, but you should find a similar strategy will work if you play around with it. If you want to be sure it may be worth getting the drums and guitar Beatlemania up to 3/4 of the bar.
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